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Posted on: May 19, 2020

Campground Regulations Update

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M.D. CAMPGROUND REGULATIONS DURING COVID-19

In order to keep our campers and staff safe and healthy, there are a number of regulations in place.

It is important to note that due to all outhouses, washrooms, change rooms and shower houses being closed, access to beach and day use areas is currently restricted to registered campers only.

Site-to-site visits are discouraged, unless the site is occupied by immediate family members or cohort family as recommended by the Alberta Chief Medical Officer of Health.

Campers will be responsible for their own water and sewer services. Our caretakers will have a list of contractors who will be able to fill up your water tanks and pump out your grey water.

  • If you aren’t feeling well, please stay home.
  • Pedestrians (including bicycles, and in the case of Muriel Lake, horses), can utilize trails (including roadways) within the campgrounds. Pedestrians must not gather or linger in the parks or attempt to visit any campsites, or use any beaches or day use areas.
  • All public washrooms, outhouses, showers, change rooms, and laundry facilities will remain closed until further notice.
  • Day use areas and beach access will be restricted to registered guests only.
  • Stores/concessions will not be open at this time. Playgrounds are also closed.
  • Only self-contained RV units will be allowed to register in our parks.
  • Group camping sites will be closed until further notice.
  • No individual tenting will be allowed.
  • Crane Lake West beach and day use area will be restricted to boaters only. The beach area is too small to allow for public use and maintain recommended social distance of two metres.
  • Fish cleaning stands will be closed for public use.
  • M.D. firewood sales will be available. Only credit or debit will be accepted as payment.
  • M.D. campgrounds will not be accepting cash or cheques until further notice.

As always, it is up to you, our visitors, to camp responsibly during this time of COVID-19. Maintain a social distance of at least six feet, do not gather in groups larger than 50 people and wash your hands.

Failure to adhere to policies and Public Health Orders will result in the immediate expulsion from the park, with no refund issued.

Updates to these regulations will be communicated through our website and our Facebook page.

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